Tuesday, January 11, 2005

Houston, we have sun!

It's back. The sun is back. And a day sooner than expected. What a relief!

So I spent a few minutes yesterday starting a new project.



Using up some old acrylic. Five cables, C6F, on size 7 needles. Practicing cabling without a cable needle. A six row repeat is just enough to keep it interesting and easy enough to tell when it's time to cable.

3 comments:

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Anonymous said...

Hi KnitDad, I really like your scarf. I am knitting one with 6 cables as well, but dont know what to do with the end borders. Did you make a scallop on yours? Where did you get the pattern, or do you mind sharing how you did it?

Thanks!

Knitting in San Francisco

knitdad said...

I never did finish this scarf. I'm sure it's around here somewhere though. There isn't really a pattern for this. It's just a series of cables divided by some purl stitches. No border. It looks like it scallops on the end but that's just from the cables drawing in like ribbing.

I hope you find this response since I have no other way of contacting you as there is no email address in your comment.